Monica Marks
Jan 25, 2018

Johns Hopkins: 3 unique clinical fellowship positions


Speech-Language Pathology Fellowships

Speech-Language Pathology Acute Care and Outpatient Rehabilitation Fellowships

We offer two distinct 13-month speech-language pathology fellowship experiences: one with a focus on acute care, and one in outpatient rehabilitation. Each fellowship includes a combination of clinical, didactic and research experiences. Program highlights include:

  • Clinical evaluation and treatment experience in the areas of motor speech, language, cognition, swallowing, speech-generating devices and alternative communication

  • Didactic experience, including surgery observations, participation in multidisciplinary rounds, weekly swallowing conference and monthly journal club meetings

  • Modified Barium Swallow Impairment Profile certification

  • Participation in scholarly activities, including case presentations, multidisciplinary education and research projects, with the opportunity to present at a conference or submit for publication

  • Leadership experience, including mentorship for the next clinical fellowship year

  • Participation in Johns Hopkins Research Development Program

Application deadline: March 1, 2018

Speech-Language Pathology Advanced ICU Fellowship

This intensive 13-month fellowship program will allow you to participate in a clinical practice with a focus on evaluation and treatment of the ICU patient. The goal of this fellowship is to provide mentorship and advanced practice experience with a complex patient population in the intensive care unit and offer support to work toward completion of the Board Specialty Certification in Swallowing. 

The fellowship is designed for speech-language pathologists who:

  • have completed their clinical fellowship

  • have their certificate of clinical competency from ASHA

  • are eligible for Maryland state license

Application deadline: April 1, 2018 | Start Date: August 2018

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